CANADA: Deeper Than Dollars

Canadian officials in Ottawa, who frequently complain that Canada's genuine gripes against the U.S. seldom penetrate the famed "undefended border," last week were happily quoting a report published in Washington for the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. In it, Congressmen Brooks Hays of Arkansas and Frank M. Coffin of Maine, both Democrats, tartly warned of a disturbing "erosion in the traditionally excellent relationships between the United States and Canada," called on the U.S. to mend its thoughtless ways of dealing with its neighbor. Some Canadian newspapers saluted the report as confirming what they had been saying all along; others...

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